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Getting an Error on a FRESH install of SQL 2000 SP4.

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Hello. I have a fresh Win 2003 Server (SP2). with a fresh install of SQL 2000 and SP4. I get the following error when I open the SQL Enterprise Manager..."Connection to application object failed. Ensure that no program modules have been deleted. "
I rebooted. Same thing. I unistalled SQL alltogether and reinstalled it...same error. This is all new install.
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Do you have SQL 2005 on that machine as well?
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